2011 News Stories
Tristan Walker and Justin Snith Slide into Sixth for Career-Best Doubles Result at Luge World Cup in Calgary
Sam Edney finishes ninth in men's singles racing
Three Canadians make history sliding into top-eight for first time ever on World Cup
Media availability to be held around training at Canada Olympic Park, December 14, 9-10 a.m.
Senior squad wins silver in team relay, young Whistler resident claims bronze in Austria
Tristan Walker and Justin Snith place 10th in doubles action
Fennell claims second gold and third medal in as many races this year
Eight Canadians slide into top-15 in women's and doubles action
International training Week starts November 30, media must RSVP for accreditation
Sam Edney caps off medal-winning weekend with 16th-place finish in men's singles
Three Canadian sleds storm into top-10 in women's singles and men's doubles
Jenna Spencer becomes first baby of 2010 legacy to earn spot on national team
-Mitchel Malyk wins gold, John Fennell slides to silver-
John Fennell slides to gold, Mitchel Malyk wins silver for Canadians in season opener
Students at Myrtle Philip Community School got an introduction to the sliding stars as well as the sport of luge.
World Cup, World Championships over next two seasons; CLA spends weekend promoting sport
Canadian luge athletes hit track at Whistler Sliding Centre for Youth and Junior Canadian Championships
Youth Championships, February 26, Juniors set for March 6
Canada's Alex Gough ended a historic luge season with a fourth-place finish at a FIL World Cup event on Sunday.
Gough slides to World Cup gold, three bronze and World Championship bronze
Calgarian wins first-ever World Cup luge gold for Canada
Tatjana Huefner claims fourth overall World Cup victory
Gough ends longest winning streak in sport at 105 wins for German women
Kimberley McRae leads Canucks with 12th-place finish
By IAN BUSBY
By Vicki Hall, Calgary Herald, January 30, 2011
'Alex The Great' brings season medal total to four with two events remaining
Tristan Walker and Justin Snith team up to finish 10th in men?s doubles
Canadians finish seventh in Team Relay
?Justin Snith and Tristan Walker slide to 14th spot in men?s doubles?
The Calgary Luge World Cup will be televised on TSN and TSN2 in January.
Canadian luge squad places fifth in team relay
Own the Podium, corporate support plays critical role in Canadian luge squads historic season